FijiFirst Govt will continue to govern until the elections – Bainimarama

FijiFirst Govt will continue to govern until the elections – Bainimarama

By Dhanjay Deo
Saturday 21/05/2022
[Photo:FijiFirst]

FijiFirst Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama says with the election date yet to be decided, they as the FijiFirst Government will continue to govern until the elections.

He says in this period, they will provide decisive and strong leadership and the stability that is critically required in a growing and unstable situation driven by the pandemic and wars.

Bainimarama says elections can be held anytime between the middle of July to early January 2023.

Bainimarama stated this at the opening of the FijiFirst Office at Motorex Complex at Nadi Back Road.

He adds they will continue to empower all Fijians no matter where they live and who they are.

He also told the people gathered at the opening of the office to think about which party can provide them stability, treat all Fijians alike, give the ultimate protection to iTaukei landownership through the constitution, free education and university studies amongst other things.



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